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Yearbook of tlje g>tubents 

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Presses of 

EDWARDS & BROUGHTON COMPANY 

Raleigh, N. C. 





DEDICATED TO 

Claries. Albert -pettgru ffloovt 

For his untiring energy, his loyal assistance, and 
his friendliness and kindliness to all 



prologue 

As the twinkling stars of the sphered heaven, 
Each maiden has shone with the radiance rare, 
And a few were as bright as Sinus is, 
And some were as Cams Minor. 
Some were swift and meteor-like, 
But others were mellow and calm 
As a star of the West on a summer's night. 
Ah, how proudly they've shone each one. 




Mrs Ernest Cruikshank 
Principal 



3Tfje 38oarb of ^Trustees 

THE BISHOPS 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D.. Chairman Raleigh, X. C. 

Rt. Rev. Thos. C. Darst, D.D Wilmington, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Kirkman G. Fixlay, D.D Columbia, S. C. 

Rt. Rev. Robert E. Gribben, D.D Asheville, N. C. 

Rt. Rev. Albert S. Thomas, D.D Charleston, S. C. 

CLERICAL AND LAY TRUSTEES 

Diocese of North Carolina 

Until 1939 

Mr. Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr.. .Raleigh Hon. J. J. Parker Charlotte 

Judge Geo. W. Connor Raleigh Mrs. F. S. Sprvill Rocky Mount 

Diocese of East Carolina 

Until 1937 

Rev. J. B. Gibble Wilmington Mr. Geo. C. Rovall Goldsboro 

Until 1938 
Rev. Geo. S. Gresham. . . . Goldsboro Mrs. J. Laurence Sprunt, Wilmington 

Diocese of Western North Carolina 

Until 1937 

Rev. Wm. C. Cravner Biltmore Mrs. J. W. C. Johnson Franklin 

Diocese of South Carolina 
Until 193S 

.Mr. B. Allston Moore ... Charleston Rev. W. S. Poyner Florence 

Dr. F. R. Lucas Florence Rev. William Way, D.D., Charleston 

Diocese of Upper South Carolina 
Until 1938 

Mr. L. A. Emersox Columbia Rev. William Johnson Aiken 

Mil. \V. 1!. Moore, Sr York Rev. T. T. Walsh, D.D. . . Waltcrboro 

Executive Committee 

Rt. Rev. Edwin A. Penick, D.D., Chairman 

Mn. Graham II. Andrews Mr. Richard H. Lewis 

Mil Joseph B. Cheshire, Jr. Mr. B. Allston Moore 

Judge Geo. W. Connor Mr. Geo. C. Royall 

Mrs. W. I). Toy 

Secretary of the Boa r d of Trustees 
Mr. Alfred L. Pirrixgtox, Jr Raleigh, X. C. 

Treasurer of the Board of Trustees 
Mr. Albert W. Tucker Raleigh. N. C. 




THE RT REV. EDWIN A. PENICK 



Jfatultp anb ©ffirers 1936=1937 

.Mrs. Erxest Cruikshank, B.S Principal 

The Rev. Henry F. Kloman Chaplain 

Mr. Albert W. Ticker, S.B Secretary and Business Manager 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT 

Sally Digges, A.M Spanish, English and French 

Mary Helen Dodd, A.M Chemistry and German 

William C. Guess, M.A History and Social Sciences 

Marjorie J. Lalor, A.B Biology and Hygiene 

Annie Ruth Linebebry, M.A Mathematics 

Alice Meserve, M.A English and History 

Charles Albert Petigrv Moore, A.B English 

Mabel Margaret Morrison, Ph.D Latin and Philosophy 

Mrs. Watson Partrick, A.B English and History 

Barbara Janet Tash Physical Education 

Amelia Yixcella Physical Education and Dancing 

Mary I.ydia Weise, M.A French 

SPECIAL DEPARTMENTS 

Caroline Estelle Harris, Bachelor of Design Irt am! History of Art 

Mrs. Bertha Kexyon, B.S Shorthand and Typing 

Elizabeth Gobdon Ttcker Bookkeeping 

Florence C. Davis, B.O Expression, Dramatic Art 

Elizabeth Bason, A.M Domestic Science, Domestic Art 

William H. Jones, A.A.G.O., A.B Piano, Organ, Voice, Theory 

Margaret Brewster Piano and Harmony 

Mrs. Edgar Alden Violin 

Mrs. Frank Nash Librarian 

Pressley Walsh Assistant librarian 

ADDITIONAL OFFICERS 

Mrs. Nannie Marriott Dietitian 

Bessie Browx Issistant Bookkeeper 

Mrs. L. B. N'alor, R.N Matron of the Infirmary 

Dr. H. B. Haywood, Jr School Physician 

Alice Alexander, A.B llumnae Secretary 

Juliet B. Sutton Secretary 

Mary Lewis Sasser Secretary 

Mrs. Alice Bynum Cothran Secretary 

Frances V'axn issistant Secretary 




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Class $oem 

O, Muse, shed down upon this pen and brain 
Some holy incense from thy fire divine. 
That I may here forevermore enchain 
The memories so dear to us, so fine. 

The friends that we have made are warm and true; 
In all our troubles they have helped us out 
With cheerful words and good advice ; we too 
Have aided them. 'Twas turn and turn about. 

And as we always hope to hold them dear. 
So do we always wish to keep alive 
Desire for knowledge, which was nurtured here 
So carefully; Oh may it ever thrive! 

Another chain which nothing may release: 
We shan't forget, whatever path we trod 
The haunting beauty and the twilight peace 
Of vespers, when we knelt so close to God. 

So Friendship, Knowledge, Love, these three. 
Shall in our lives bear fruit, and ever dear 
Will be our thoughts of school. Now, Muse to thee 
I give my verse; glance at it. shed a tear. 

Clarice Bailey. 



Mentor Class 




Virginia Ethjkridge Worth 

"Worth" 

Elizabeth City, N. C. 

President Student Body 

Ready her smile but firm her hand — ■ 
A president ice like and understand 

Glee Club '30, '37? Choir '37; French Club '36; Political 
Science Club '37; Altar Guild '37; Granddaughter's Club 
36, "37; Honor Council '37; Sigma. 



Sarah Sterling Price 
Raleigh, N. C. 

President Day Students 

There's more Hi mi a HOltff and a dan re to her 
Yes, brains and a wit ice alt prefer 

Honor Council "37 ; Deutscher Yerein '36, '37; Social 
Committee '37; Dramatic Club '30, *37; Sigma. 



Janet Lawhkmk 
Chapel Hill, X. C. 

President Senior Class 

Faceliuns, erudite, and ija 1/ 

II" ith charming manner and winning %ca;i 

French Club '36; E.A.P. Literary Society "36, '37; Altar 
Guild, Honor Council, Class Historian, Political Science 
Club '37; Secretary-Treasurer V.P.S.L. '36, '37; Sigma. 




Twenty 



Clara Boxd Anderson 

"Bondie" 

Burlington, X. C. 

She's slew to move, hut she gets work done 

A nit, xcrll, we know she's lots- of fun 

French Club '35, "Mi; Political Science Club "Mi, '37; Altar Guild 
"37; Mu. 







Lttcile Best Aycock 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Smiling face, quick wit , 
Good t celt a iq it e — e n o ugh 



ol hoot; 
mid 



E.A.P. Literary Society, Grapevine Staff, Bulletin Staff, Stage 
Coach Staff. Business Manager '37; Sigma. 





Clarice Pleasaxts Bailey 
Wilmington, X. C. 

Brilliant and helpful in evert/ way 
Dear to our hearts she'll always stay 

Deutscher Yerein "37; Dramatic Club, Y.P.S.L. Council 7 36, '37; 
Honor Council, Sigma Lambda Literary Society, Secretary '37; 
Letter Club "Mi, '37j Altar Guild '37 ; Hockey Varsity '36, '37; 
Stage Coack Staff. Bullet;,, Staff, Grapevine Staff '37; Sigma. 



Jri.iA Barbara Barxes 

Liilinglon. X. C. 

II "tth big him e tit's and golden hair. 
Shell make it hit 'most anywhere 

French Club *3(S; Mu. 



Twenty-one 




Emily Battle 
Rocky Mount, X. C. 

Her nature and name are (liferent quite 
She's- gentle and calm and hates- a fight 

Political Science Club '3(i, '37; Granddaughter's Club '36, '37 
Deutscher Verein '36, '37; Sigma. 



Margaret Bridgers Bellamy 
Wilmington, X. C. 



A brilliant student who usually makes "A'n' 
Mai/ she never change her excellent ways 



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French Club '36; Political Science Club '36, '37; Granddaughter's 
Club '3(j, "37; Altar Guild '37; E.A.P. Literary Society '37; Hockey 
Varsitv '37; Sigma. 



Katherixe Davis Berxhardt 

"Kitty" 

Salisbury, X. C. 

When, apropos of nothing, she make* ft bright remark. 
Off ice go in laughter ignited by this spark 

Crucifer *37; Granddaughter's Club '3(i, '37; Treasurer '36; Secre- 
tary '37; Glee Club '36, '37; Choir '37; Political Science Club '37; 
May Court, '37. 



Virgixia Racsdai.e Boweh 

"Tiuiiii" 
Lexington. \. C. 

Exci Hi nt student, Athlete too— 
Sigma President, here's In /tun 

Sigma President of Siginas '37; Political Science Club '36, '37; 
Dramatic Club '36; Granddaughter's Club '36, '37. Vice President 
'37; Sigma Lambda Literary Society '36, '37; Altar Guild '37; Letter 
Club '36. '37; Hockey Varsity '37; Volley Ball Varsity '36; Stace 
Coach Staff, Bulletin Staff. Grapevine Staff, Class Testator '37. 

Twenty-two 




Frances Marion Brewer 
Raleigh, X. C. 

She's retiring and silent and shy. 

Bnt the depth of her mind will carry her high 

Sigma. 



Asne Tremoxt Burr 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Though short in stature, get, she's "tall" hi looks 
For "it" she has no need for books! 

French Club '36'; Sigma. 





Edna Hines Byxum 
Raleigh, X. C. 



A mathematical shark is she 
And always jolly as can be 

Sigma. 



Eleanor Elizabeth Cherry 
Scotland Neck, X. C. 

Bright blue eyes anil curly liair 
For German she has unite a flair 

Dramatic Cluh, Deutscher Verein '3(i, '37; Sigma. 



Twenty-three 




Mary Lee Coivper 
Raleigh, X. C. 

She's never noisy, never loud 

And a friend of whom -we're all quite proud 

French Club '36; Sigma. 



Sara McCarter Craig 
Monroe, X. C. 

Pretty and pleasant and smart. 
Dear is she to many a heart 

Sigma; Dramatic Club, Granddaughter's Club '3(1, '37; Altar 
Guild, Political Science Club '37. 



Olive Echols Cruiksiiaxk 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Stately, graceful, artistic. 

Usually romantic, seldom realistic 

E.A.P. Literary Society '35, '3(i, '37, Secretary '35, Treasurer 
'37; Glee Club '30; Granddaughter's Club '3(i, '37; Bulletin Staff 
'35, '36, '37, Editor '37; Stage Coach Staff '35, '30, '37, Art Editor 
'37; Junior Class President '36; Letter Club '36, '37; Honor Council 
'36; Volley Ball Varsity '36; Hockey Varsity '37; Co-Editor Grape- 
vine '37; French Chili '36; Mu; May Court '37. 



Rerecca Pagan Davis 

"Becky" 

Dunn, X. C. 

./ lull and slender girl icilh hlondish hair. 
Quite nonchalant, forever free from care 

Sigma; Dramatic Club '36. '37; French Club '36; Vice President 
Senior Class, Political Science Club '37. 

Ticcnty-faur 




Coxstaxce Oak max Fag an" 

"Connie" 

Garden City, Long tsland, N. Y. 

She walks with tilted head held high, 
Her dreams we know reach to /!><> sky 

Sigma; Granddaughter's Club '36, '37; Dramatic Club *36, '37; 
French Club '36; Political >36, '37 ; Altar Guild. 



BCTTY FARHAR 

Raleigh, X. C. 

Slender anil pretty tan! free from care, 
We like />> see her everywhere 

Deutscher Verein '3<>, '37, Treasurer '37; May Court '3d; Vice 
President Day Students '36: Mil. 





Fraxc^s Adelaide Farrior 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Demure is she and soft of s}>ei-e}i 

Her grasp will e'er ('.creed her reach 

Deutscher Verein '36, "37 ; Mu. 



Effie Louise Flaxxagan 
I [enderson, X". C. 

Long braided hair, angelic face. 
Good disposition, woiiderous grace 

Dramatic Club '36, '37; Choir '3(i. '37; French Club '36; EAP 
Literary Society '36, '37. Vice President '37; Glee Club '36, '37; 
Secretary and Treasurer of Class, Political Science Club '37; Mu. 



Twenty-five 




KaTHERINE BrIGGS Fl.DMIXO 

A". Fleming 
"Wilson, X. C. 

With buoyant laughter and vivacious song 
K. dances merrily the whole day long 

President Y.P.S.L. "3(j, '37; Deutscher Verein '36, '37, President 
'37; Altar Guild, Sigma Lambda Literary Society, Assistant Pres- 
ident St. Mary's Chapel, Hockey Varsity, Letter Club '37; Sigma. 



Aunts Thorxi: Gregory 
Halifax, X. C. 

Like a quirt mouse she goes her way, 
Boisterous never, but smiling and gay 

Political Science Club, Altar Guild '37; Mu. 



Hunt Hakdixge 
Baltimore, Md. 

She's witty, is Hunt, and an athlete too 

With a faithful heart both Constant and true 

Letter Club "Mi, '37, President '37; Hockey Varsity '3<>, "37; 
Diving Varsity '86; Dramatic Club '36, '37; Frencb Club '86; 
Sigma; May Court *37. 



M A It Y T.\ V I. OR II I X N A X T 

Beaufort, X. C. 

Beautiful, calm, and WIS6 and gentle 

Ih r charms in part arc also mental 

French Club '36; Granddaughter's Club '36, '37; Political Science 
Club '36, '37; Altar Guild '37; Sigma; Chief Marshal '37; Maid of 
I lonor "37. 



'I'icent lj-six 




Lela Charxotte Holmax 
"Red" 

Snow Camp, N. C. 

1 1 < r eyes are green, her hair, red-gold 
She's ever reserved and never bold 

Mu; Deutscher Verein '36, '37. 



Mary Fraxces Hunter 
Raleigh, X. C. 



She's never worried, never sad. 
Always pleasant, always glad 

Mu ; Deutscher Verein '36, '37. 





Haxxaii Oliver Huske 
Fayetteville, X. C. 

''Attractive" is the word for such as she 

Her friends are countless, not just two or three 

French Club '36; Altar Guild '36; Political Science Club '36; 
Granddaughter's Club '36, '37; Mu. 



Eleanor Pendleton Jackkon 
Charlotte, X. C. 



"Efficient icilliiirj, studious, nice. 
With many (( virtue, never a vi 



S'gma ; Secretary and Treasurer Sophomore Class '35; Dramatic 
Club, French Club '35, '36; Choir '35, '36, '37; Glee Club -'36, '37; 
Political Science Club '37; Altar Guild '35, '36, '37, President '37; 
Sigma Lambda Literary Socieiv "36", '37, President '37. 



Twenty-seven 




Naxcy Garrett Jerxicax 
Ahoskie, X. C. 

Regal her bearing, queenly her features. 
She's one of the noblest of all God's creatures 

French Club '36; Political Science Club '36, '37, President '37; 
Granddaughter's Club '36, '37, President "37; Altar Guild. E.A.P. 
Literary Society '37; Sigma. 



Georgia Williams Kirkskt 
Fayetteville. X. C. 

Her sense of humor is quite fine 
.hut. unlike most, she's not feline 

Deutscher Verein '36, '37 \ Political Science Club, Altar Guild '37; 
Granddaughter's Club '36, '37; Mu. 



Louise Niemeyeb Marti x 

"Toot sic" 

Norfolk, Va. 

Silver hair and hazel cues; 
Beautiful and also xc'tse 

Mm, President '37, Marshal '36; Honor Council '37; Deutscher 
Verein '36, '37; Vice President '36; Social Committee '37; Dramatic 
Club, Glee Club, Granddaughter's Club '36, '37; Altar Guild, Politi- 
cal Science Club '37; Sigma Lambda Literary Society '37; May 
Queen "37. 



MAnncERiTE Matttewsox 

"Peggy" 

Bristol, H. I. 

Majestic, graceful , cut inly disc rat 

A splendid lender, who'll ne'er meet defeat 

Sigma; Letter Club '36, '37; Hockey Varsity '36; E.A.P. Literary 

Society '36, '37, President '37; Secretary Junior Class '36; Dramatic 
Club, 'V.P.S.L. Council '36, '37; Political Science Club '37; Marshal 
36; Altar Guild, Class Historian '37. 

Twcnty-i if/hf 




IIi:l.i:x Ai,i.i:ni: McBride 
Charlotte, N. C. 

Her ninny temper and cheerful smile 
Make Helen beloved, and do all beguile 

Sigma; Altar Guild '35, '36, '37; Deutseher Verein '36, '37; 
Dramatic Club '36; French Club '3G; Granddaughter's Club '36, '37; 
Political Science Club ':i7. 



.)\_si:i Elijsabetii McCoxxlll 

"Jan" 

Faycttcvillc. X. C. 



Exotic in looks, lni.h, 
Despite Hi, in both, slit 




French Club '36; Political Science Club '36, \'i7. Vice President 
'37; Sigma Lambda Literary Society '3(i, '37; Vice President '37; 
Altar Guild '37; Mu. 




Betsy Myatt 
Raleigh, X. C. 

II,,, vera blond) and also i„ll 
Shi in,, rli/. n„ I quite, eclipses all 

French Club '35. '36; Granddaughter's Club '35, '36, '37; Sign 



1 !(iirri;xsi: OttCUTT Xokton 
Savannah, Ga. 

Wise is sin ami studious too, 

tin, whos< heart is faithful and true 

Sigma; Choir '35, '37; Altar Guild '3.5; Glee Club '37; F..A.P. 
Literary Society '37. 



Twenty-nine 




Minxie Grace Olive 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Petite and witty is Minnie Grace, 
With always a happy smile on her face 

Mu; French Club '87. 



Mildred Pittexgeh 
Enka, X. C. 

Always obliging, always nice — 

Her virtues leave room for not one vice 

Sigma: Choir '36; Granddaughter's Club \3<>, '37; Altar Guild '37. 



Jean Jervy Quixtaiid 
Raleigh, X. C. 

.In excellent writer destined for fame 
In years to come, we'll remember her name 

Mu: Sigma Lambda Literary Society '36, '37; Vice President 
Junior Class '3(i; Social Committee '36; French Club '36; May Court '37. 



Eli/, a he i it EroENiA Scott 

"Betty" 

Graham, N T . C. 

, I Iways lavgh in ;/, a iica its gay . 

lit Nil's sun In go a hint/ way 

Dramatic Club '35; Choir '35, '36, '37; French Club '36; Glee 
Club '36, '37; Political Science Club '36, '37; Chapel Proctor '37; 
Sigma; May Court '37. 

Thirty 




v 



Jessie Pailin Skinxer 

''Skinner' 

Elizabeth City, X. C. 

Studious versatile Skinner, 

Good in her lessons 3 in .spurt* a winner 

French Club '86; Political Science Club '36, '37; Deutseher Vcrein 
'86, '37; Altar Guild '37; Vice President Student Body *3(>; Honor 
Council '3d; May Court '3(i; Sigma. 




Louisa Lockiiart Si.oax 

Wadesboro, N. C. 

With twinkling eyes she greets her many friends 
And even a stiff acquaintance soon unbends 

Altar Guild '87; Sigma; E.A.P. Literary Society '37; Political 
Science Club '37; May Court "3(>. 





Lillian G h a n d y Smai. l 

Li I 
Elizabeth City, X. C. 

Wherever LH goes, she takes her bright smile 

.hut the places she visits are made quite worthwhile 

President Sophomore Class '35; Honor Council '35; Sigma; Politi- 
cal Science Club '3(>, *37; French Club "3<i; Altar Guild '37; Grand- 
daughter's Club '3(>, '37. 




Julia Bishop Smalxwood 
New Hern, X. C. 

./ n <itfilefi with disarm in;/ ways, 

Whose sense of humor's worth great praise 

E.A.P. Literary Society '36, '37; Altar Guild '37; Political Science 
Club '37; Honor Council '36; Sigma; Vice President Sigma's '37. 



Thirty-one 




Cornelia Lee Thk;i*i:n 

"Connie' 1 

Rocky Mount, N. C. 

. / // excellent student is Connie Lee, 
And a loyal friend we all like la fee 

Mu; Deutscher Verein '135, '3<i, '37; Altar Guild 'lilt, '37; Spanish 
Club "3d, '37; Political Science Club '3(i, "37. 




Mahy Beverly V,\xx 
Franklinton. X. C. 

Chatter, chatter all the dap, 

We wonder what there's left la say 

Mu; Granddaughter's Club '3(i, '37; Spanish Club '3ii; Political 
Science Club "37. 



Dorothy Louise Walker 

"Blondie" 

Ahoskie, X. C. 

II, ,,s h, Louise, sweet ami smart, 
With rosy eli<<L.< and kindly heart 

Mu; Altar Guild '37; French Club '3ti; Political Science Club 
'36, '37. 



Hutu Weeks 

Decatur, Ga. 

With laitahittf/ rift* aial never failing smile, 
She works far others gladly all Hi,' while 

Sigma; Altar Guild '37; Political Science Club '37; Spanish Club 
'3«; Marshal '37; May Court '36. 



Thirty-two 




Ann Whaling 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 

Friendly nn<l calm anil wise and unit; 
Dear to us nil so charming, so sweet 

Mu; Editor Stage Coach '37; Stage Coach Staff '36, '37; Bulletin 
Staff *36, *37; Co-Editor Grapevine '.37; Sigma Lambda Literary 
Society '36, '37; Political Science Club '37; Honor Council '37'; 
A I tar Guild '37 ; Marshal '36 ; Assistant Treasurer St. Mary's 
Chapel '37; Secretary Student Body '37; May Court '37. 



Mary Carted White hurst 
New Bern, X. C. 

Marif Carter. Sagacious and small, 
Will rise quite high, nor ever fall 

Mu; Dramatic Club '36, '37; Political Science Club '36, '37 
Sigma Lambda Literary Society '36, '37. 





Katherine Williams 

"Kitty" 

Warrenton, N". C. 

Kitty Williams. tall and slendt r 
Ever true, is no pretender 

Mu; Altar Guild '37; Political Science Club *37; Letter Club '37; 
French Club '36 ; Swimming Varsity '36, '37. 




Mary Wood Winslow 

"Noodie" 
Rocky Mount. X. C. 

She talks a lot but she knows a lot too, 
And never lacks knowledge of what to do 

Sigma; French Club '36; Political Science Club '37; Altar Guild '37; 
E. A. P. Literary Society '36, '37. 



Thirty-thre 




Elsa AVjn-ters 
Raleigh, X. C. 

With golden hair, and turneel-up nose. 
She carries a smile wherever she goes 

Sigma; Granddaughters Club '3d', '37; Dramatic Ciub '36, *37; 
French Club '36. 



Hei.ex Rose Wittex 

"Mose Bud" 

Oxford, X. C. 

She has brains, has Helen Rose — 
An actress horn, as evert/one knows 

Mu; E.A.P. Literary Society *36, '37; Deutseher Verein '36, '37; 
Social Committee *37; Dramatic Club '36, '37; Secretary '37. 



Elizarfth F arrow Young 

"Lib" 

Richmond, Va, 

Clever, diplomatic Lib, 

An actress with a tongue that's glib 

Sigma; Cheer Leader '37; Dramatic Club '36, '37, President '37; 
Political Science Club '36, '37; Altar Guild. 



LlDA Dt T KK Bl.TF 

"Duke" 

Special Senior 
Aberdeen, X. C. 

Pretty and smiting as well as sweet. 
.In athlete, too. who's hard to heat 

Mu; Altar Guild, Deutseher Verein, Social Committee '37; Glee 
Club, Political Science Club '36, '37. 




Thirty-four 



Mary Leigh Gait her 

"Lettie" 

Special Senior 

Elizabeth City, X. C. 

A nimble wit has the artist hettie — - 
Headed for fame rind lots of confetti 

Mu; French Club, Political Science Club '36, ''37; Altar Guild 
'37; Granddaughter's Club '36, "37. 




K AT II ERI NE Ha XCOCK 

Special Senior 
Howardsville, Va. 

Sh v ' s j us t as ii ire a s $h e ca n l> e . 
And a ha}ipii life we now foresee 

Sigma. 





Florence Guxxixg Lytle 
"Pvddin" 

Special Senior 
Raleigh, N. C. 

. / diminutive sportswoman she 
Whose fate we'd all like to nee 

Mu; Letter Club '35, '36, '37; Altar Guild '3d, '37; Hockey Varsity 
*3«, '37; Basketball Varsity '3fi; Deutscher Verein '36, '37; Choir '36, 
'37; Glee Club '3(i, '37; Vice President of Mu's '37. 



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Thirty-. 



One September morning, on my way home from a late summer vacation, I was riding in one of those 
little individual rooms that are on all the modern Pullmans, now. Comfort, yes — but company, no. There 
were voices in the compartment next to mine, but I was not particularly aware of them. I was just getting 
ready to settle my mind on a newspaper when the conversation next door made me suddenly take notice. 

"Saint Mary's begins another session today," said a voice wistfully. 

"I found my memory book at Aunt Ella's today. Get it from tlie top of my bag and let's review some 
of the fun we had at boarding school," said a second voice. 

At first I thought the voices sounded like those of some of my former Saint Mary's classmates, but with 
a memory such as mine, who was I to judge? Besides, there were many schools named Saint Mary's in the 
country. 

I ceased my puzzling and listened carefully, for the second voice was continuing. "Every registration card 
that I see now reminds me of September 20, 1935, the first day we went to Saint Mary's, and of Mr. Tucker's 
reassurance that as soon as we found our way around and met all the girls, we would certainly like the 
school. We tried to grin and bear it 'till the following Sunday, but on that day, homesickness overtook us 
in a wave." 

At the mention of Mr. Tucker's name, all my doubts became certainties, and I shrieked through the wall, 
"You mean Saint Mary's in Raleigh, don't .you?" 

Immediate scrambling and bumping next door was the response to my question, and in a moment Mary and 
Anne, two old classmates, stood in the door. After the "so glad to see you's" and "bow are you's were over, 
the three of us began anew the discussion with Mary's memory book as a guide. 

Anne opened the book to a small card reading "Sigma Mu basketball game." "The morning of September 
25," she said, "when many of us woke up with sore throats and no voices as a result of some enthusiastic cheering 
of the night before, marked a great victory for the Mu's." 

"According to your book," I commented, turning a page, "nothing of particular significance happened during 
October and November — 

"Don't forget the Hallowe'en party that we gave for the rest of the school," Anne interrupted. "It was a 
real comfort to have only to resort to our laundry bags for a costume. And in November that short, short 
two nights and a day deserve some recognition." 

A paper snowflake fluttered to the floor. Mary leaned over to pick it up. "This was the only souvenir I 
could get from the Senior Dance, but it's a fairly good reminder of bow we defied the wintry blasts, on De- 
cember 7, and sat on the fire escape listening to Jimmy Poyner's orchestra." 

"Then came the night of December 18 with the Christmas pageant and party," continued Mary — but she 
was unable to say more, for Anne and I both had exciting tales to tell. We concluded that we did try to bury 
our excitement in our suitcases and behaved ourselves quite as well as could be expected. 

"Weren't those holidays wonderful," sighed Anne. Mary and I agreed, and we sat happily pensive for a 
minute. 

"Let's not dwell on the holidays too long," I remonstrated, "Don't forget we were half a year nearer 
being seniors." 

"Let's skip over exams," suggested Mary. "After all, our purpose is to recall pleasant memories. 

"Remember the snowball fights we used to have? They were fun, but it was good to see the days getting 
longer, and to hear Miss Lalor's remarks on the little treasures of spring." 

"Speaking of spring," said Anne, pointing to a page covered with flower faces and rain drops, "You 
certainly have the Junior-Senior well represented." 

"That night, April 17, is one to be remembered, for the dance was simply thrilling," 1 said, as I turned 
tbrough the book. Presently I came to a page that particularly arrested my attention. "Why does that 
scrap of green material hold such a prominent place on this page?" 

"May Day," answered Mary briefly. 

"Stupid of me to ask," I mumbled. "Especially when so many of us tripped the light fantastic to those 
trilly strains of music, in the gym, almost every afternoon, and then bad to make our costumes for the program 
on May 9. Those of us who weren't rhythmetic types lent our sympathy to the would-be-seamstresses while 
they set and re-set pleats." 

A page beaded "June 1 and 2" closed our discussion of our junior year, for we had reached the gradua- 
tion of the Seniors. 

"Oh, sweet memories of summer. If we could only relive those weeks at the beach, or the mountains. 
Didn't it seem like pulling eye teeth when we had to pack up and leave for school?" wailed Anne. 

"Yes, but you forget," I reminded ber, "the thrill of coming back early, as Seniors, to welcome all the new 
girls. I believe I trotted up to the third floor Smedes fifty times, if I did once, to show off those new 
rooms, all the while trying to convince fond parents that we got used to the stairs after a few days, and 
actually gained pounds." 

"And do you remember the first time we signed out in the Senior Book?" asked Mary. "That was life's 
brightest moment for me. The Senior Book, four light cuts a week, and one long week-end certainly were 
worth the struggle of signing slips throughout our Junior year." 

"Here are the stubs of our several trips to Chapel Hill, and State," Anne said with a sigh. "Remember the 
soaking we got at the Maryland-Carolina game?" "My new hat shrank up so I could never wear it again." 

"O-O-oh," exclaimed Mary, as she turned a page, "a corsage pin and a green paper palm leaf. The 
Senior dance! Will you ever forget it? We were in such a twitter it's a wonder any of us passed a subject 
that month, let alone the Bible test that came the next day. It made us feel so important to have under- 
classmen running about, washing our hacks, sewing on shoe buckles, and pinning on corsages. What would 
we have done without them? I'm sure I would have gone to meet my date without a speck of make-up on." 

"Christmas holidays began a week later. I don't see how we possibly survived so much excitement. Wasn't 
the pageant impressive, in spite of silvered dish-clothes, and the dropping of the bunch of keys. We gave Mr. 
Kloman a record of 'Let's Go,' on the Christmas tree. Do you remember how he began each class with, 'Allright, 
girls, let's go' !" 

"We got back as late as possible, on the fourth of January, reluctant to start back into the old grind, as it 
seemed compared to the holidays. The next three weeks whizzed by, though, and the fatal week of weeks — 
that of exams — was upon us," said Anne, making a grimace. "How we ever lived through them, I don't see." 

"Here's a page of my Senior essay," groaned Mary "Remember how we struggled to have them ready 
for typing by Spring Holidays?" 

"Yes, but the holidays repaid us for the struggle," answered Anne. "They were five wonderful days !" 

"And how time flew when we got back! What with the Junior-Senior dance in April, May Day and a 
hundred and one different things that happened before commencement. We graduated on June 1, that year, 
and I remember how I wished I could start all over again as a Prep the next year!" 



Hast (!lUill anb tEestament 

We, the Seniors of the class of '37, having been declared mentally sound, which fact will appear 
to some as an impossibility, do hereby bequeath the following articles with the stipulation that they 
be seriously accepted and used by those who are fortunate enough to he remembered by us : 

Article I. Clarice Bailey bequeaths, though somewhat grudgingly, we must admit, her be- 
loved Shelley to Mr. Moore for use in next year's English classes. 

Art. 2. The rollicking crew on second floor Holt leave peace and quiet to Miss Morrison, 
unless by some unforeseen arrangement, the third floor Sinedes' mischief-makers swoop down in a body 
to her hall next year. 

Art. 3. Becky Davis bequeaths her chic bat. which for some reason leaves us with a feeling 
that she is trying to imitate Popeye in regard to that one-eyed fashion, to Doris Butler. 

Art. 4. The Seniors leave the beautiful red book with gold lettering, called The Oxford 
Companion to English Literature, to the Juniors for use in their English N course next year. 
(P.S. If they don't know how to apply it to the best advantage, they have only to consult us.) 

Art. 5. Helen Rose Witten leaves her breathy way of talking to Ann Dawson, hoping that 
Ann will be able to say more in less time. 

Art. (i. Mary Carter Whitehurst gives her broad shoulders to Martha Watts for employment 
in the perfection of the latter's back crawl. 

Art. 7. Puddin Lytic, in a frivolous moment, decided to become exceedingly generous with 
the pay telephones, on which she seemed to have a monopoly this past year, and accordingly, she 
grants extensive use of them to all returning St. Mary's girls. 

Art. S. Peggy Mathewson wills the library a new set of psychology books. (We wonder 
why !) 

Art. 9. Beverly Vann very kindly leaves her never ceasing prattle to Anne Shook, who will 
probably find the bequest superfluous. 

Art. 10. Ruth Weeks wills to Mildred I.itt lefield, her ability to arrange attractive coiffures. 

Art. 11. Erh'e Flannagan leaves her aptitude for dieting to Polly Pinner, with the advice that 
the latter consult .Mr. Moore. (P.S. That's what Erne did!) 

Art. 12. Tootsie Martin gives her feminine ways and graceful carriage to Beverly Bridgers. 

Art. 13. Kathryn Fleming bequeaths her buoyant, carefree nature to Ida Lambeth Jennings. 

Art. 1 I. Betty Scott wills her expressive eyes to Ann Wheat, with the hope that the latter will 
not find the eyes too worn out from excessive use. 

Art. 15. Margaret Bellamy leaves her exceedingly quiet nature to Nancy Northrup. 

Art. l(i. Ann Whaling bequeaths to the succeeding editor of the Stage Coach, tin' trials and 
tribulations that accompany the editorship. 

Art. 17. Lib Young gives her ability to get along harmoniously with Miss Davis to any girl 
who aspires to star on the St. Mary's stage next year. 

Art. 18. Clara Bond Anderson leaves her efficiency in being generally obnoxious on each and 
every occasion to Timpy Woods. 

Art. 19. Sara Craig bequeaths her come-hither-looks and childish voice to "Pie" Jordan. 

Art. 20. The Seniors leave to the Juniors their enviable reputation of being termed the noisiest 
girls in school, as well as the privileged characters of Holt. 

Virginia Bower, 
Virginia Worth, 

Attorneys, 



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Thirty-nine 




Forty 



flUfjo's fflfco in 1957 

Lucille Aycock is housemother of the S.A.E. fraternity at Chapel Hill. 

Clara Bond Anderson is a howling success in her portrayal of Scarlett O'Hara in the pro- 
duction Gone With the Hind. 

Clarice Bailey is author of the best seller entitled The Loves and Lovers of Shelley. 

Emily Battle is chairman of the United German Opera Society. 

Virginia Bower, having made several million dollars playing professional basketball, has en- 
dowed a new library for St. Mary's School and Junior College. 

Margaret Bellamy has put Texas Geunan to shame as a night club hostess in one of New 
York's "hot" spots. 

Marian Brewer is instructing our instructors how to instruct. 

Ann Burr and her husband are running a summer camp for outdoor girls. 

Edna Hines Bynum is running a limited, free-for-all bus line for St. Mary's day students. 

Eleanor Cherry owns a beauty Shoppe which specializes in lustrous permanent waves. 

Olive Cruikshank has just introduced a specially prepared food for felines. 

Becky Davis, , Janet McConnell and Hannah Huske are ushers in the Cotton Club — "One never 
knows, does one?" 

Connie Fagan has succeeded Mrs. Astor as leader of New York Society. 

Betty Earrar has become a boarder at St. Mary's. 

Frances Farrior is sojourning in Europe. 

Erne Flannagan, Louisa Sloan, Nancy Jernigan and Blondie Walker are the quartet furnishing 
the harmony for the "Hominy" Grits program. 

Agnes Gregory through a new stretching process is the upper most of the mannequins. 

Eleanor Jackson. Helen McBride, Sara Craig and Kitty Bernhart arc tripping the light 
fantastic in a chorus in burlesque show on the Great White Way. 

Mary Taylor Hinant is in the Fiji Islands collecting material for her series of South Sea Islands 
Poems. 

Hunt Hardiuge is happily married and the eldest of her four daughters is graduating with honors 
this spring from her Alma Mater. 

Janet Lawerence covering a Hu invasion ot Timbuetoo has been voted the most attractive 
foreign correspondent of Nezc York Times. 

Betsy Myatt has just gained recognition by her article, "How To Kill Two Birds With One 
Stone," which was published in Seribners. 

Tootsie Martin, playing the leading role in the revival of the Redheaded Woman, was the out- 
standing star of the past season. 

Peggy Mathewson has made a startling career as the lesser half of the dance team "Mathew- 
son and Guess." 

Hortense Norton is running a boarding house at West Point for the army drags. 

Minnie Grace Olive is buyer for an exclusive ladies shop in New York and makes regular 
trips to Paris each year. 

Sarah Price is conducting a dancing school in New York. 

Jervey Quintard has just had published a new hook on the wherefores of Logic. 

Bettv Scott is posing for Fisher Body, a portrait which on completion will he hung in the 
Seaman's Club. 

Jessie Skinner is still busy proving the motto that men do prefer blondes. 

Lillian Small has been hired by the Jesting-Joke Company as their chief interpreter of subtle 
jokes. 

Connie Thigpen, Barbara Barnes, Georgia Kirksey have succeeded the Ritz brothers as the team 
of Hollywood Comedians. 

Beverly Vann, senator from North Carolina, has talked a bill through the legislature which em- 
phasizes freedom of speech. 

Mary Wood Winslow is the official chaperon for St. Mary's girls at Carolina dances. 

Kitty Williams has recently won world fame as the first woman swimmer of the Atlantic'. 

Ruth Week's smile beams at us from an advertisement for Listerine tooth paste. 

Mary Carter Whitehurst has been married three times and divorced twice. Her theme song is 
"How Long Will It Last?" 

Virginia Worth lias been arousing much excitement and interest with her soap box campaign 
for the C.C.C. 

Elsa Winters is famous as the author of the Modern Spelrite Dictionary. 

Helen Rose Witten is running a Deb Shop decorated very attractively in red. 

Ann Whaling has just become editor of Vogue. 

Elizabeth Young, who succeeded Miss Davis as dramatic instructor at St. Mary's, has 
made a stupendous sensation with her most recent production, Three Blind Mice. 

Julia Smallwood, 

Prophet. 




Forty-two 




Salt.ie London Fell 

President 

Trenton, N. .L 



Mary Jake Yratman - 

Vice President 

Columbia, Tenn. 



Louise Hurke Jordan 
Secretary-Treasurer 

Fayetteville. N. C. 



Betsy Hobby 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Day Studenl Vice President 



junior Clnss 



purt tf-fotir 



Margaret Allen 
Annistiiu, Alabama 

Louise Backus 
Alexandria, Virginia 



Phoebe Bashorl 
Schuylkill Haven, Pennsylvania 

Pauline Bates 
Richmond, Virginia 



.Tkax Blouxt 
Greenville. North Carolina 



A X X i: I ) V I'R BE B B Y A S T 

Scut land Neck, North Carolina 



Rebecca Bryant 
Scotland Neck, North Carolina 

A x x l: B URX ETT 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina 



A xx Cox 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Julia Kuggjles Creech 

Wilson, North Carolina 




Forty-five 




Sylvia Cullum 
Batesburg, South Carolina 

X A X C Y D ALTON 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



Barb aba Davis 
Charlotte, North Carolina 

A xx Dawson 
Kins ton, North Carolina 



Sairfax Doc k eb y 
Rockingham, North Carolina 

Wili.a Drew 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Elizabeth Dudley 
Augusta, Georgia 

K AT [ I BRINK ESTES 

Birmingham, Alabamu 



Doris Goerch 
H a leigh, North Ca rol ina 

Sarah Griffith 

Asheville, North Carolina 



Forty-six 



Louise Hall 
Scotland Neck, North Carolina 



Peggy I Iolmes 
Fairmont, North Carolina 



Pauline Holt 
Greensboro, North Carolina 



Mabel Humph h i : y 
Goldsboro. North Carolina 



K LIZA BET II J L X X INGS 

Westfield, New Jersey 



Ida Jennings 
Thomasville, North Carolina 



Grant Jones 
Wilmington, North Carolina 

Patsy .Jones 
Greensboro, North Carolina 



Ruth Jordan 

Gadsen, Alabama 

M AKV A NN KoONCE 

Raleigh, North Carolina 




Forty-seven 




Elizabeth Leahy 
Washington, North Carolina 

Nancy Maupin 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Jeax Miller 
Greensboro, North Carolina 

Mary Lily Moore 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Alexa McColl 
Bennettsville, South Carolina 

Sara k McGbady 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Mary Elizabeth Neff 
University, Virginia 

Helen Noell 
Durham, North Carolina 



H ebecca Norm a n 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Sara h ( Iliveh 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Forty-eight 



Nancy ( )nhohni: 
Jacksonville, Florida 

Louise Pahtihck 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Polly Pinneh 
Suffolk, Virginia 

Josephine Pope 

Dunn, North Carolina 



Helen Redi i:iis 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

.M Aitv Louise Riddick 
Scotland Neck, North Carolina 



M A H V E M M A Ho Bill N S 

Durham, North Carolina 

Sarah Hiahk 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Charlotte It uefneh 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Agnes Saxfohu 
MoelcsvJlle, North Carolina 




Forty-nine 




Ruth Helen Seidler 
Maplewood, New Jersey 

Cuba Silver 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



B A 8 H A H A T MOM PSON 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

WlNIFREI> VASS 

Raleigh, North Carolina 



Frances Watkins 
Da r ien, Connecticut 

Eugie Waiters 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



B ETT V ( i W V N W E A V E R 

Archdale, North Carolina 

Mary Galt Williamson 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Betty Telfair Wright 
Raleigh, North Carolina 






Fifty 



Conditional juniors 

Fuaxci:s Bain 
Capron, Virginia 

Margaret Bukgwyn 
Woodland, North Carolina 



DORIS BcTLKR 

Clinton, North Carolina 

Nancy Campbell 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



Kathry n Caughma n 
Columbia, South Carolina 

Janet Cheshire 
Tarboro, North Carolina 



Patricia Crutcher 
Annapolis, Maryland 

Virginia Davis 
Greensboro, North Carolina 



Marjorik England 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Helen Jean Farmer 
Bailey, North Carolina 




Fifty-one 




Men a Hit a nci i Fleming 
Wilsorij North Carolina 

Cornelia Gillam 
Windsor, North Carolina 



Mary Louise Hall 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Dorothea Hatcher 

Knoxville, Tennessee 



Nolie Keel High smith 
Robersonville, North Carolina 

Jean Hodges 
Greenville, North Carolina 



Hiiea Hughes 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Nancy Hulbeht 
Savannah, Georgia 



Norma I)i:an Jones 
Raleigh, North Carolina 

Elizabeth Keens 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Fifty-two 



Letitia Knox 
Washington, I). C. 

Vivien Lawson 
Tuscaloosa, Alahani: 



Marion I.evan 
Lebanon, Pennsylvania 

Nancy Mann 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



.1 A >i if Mi: nit itt 
Greenville, North Carolina 

Audrey Moore 
Fort Bragg, North Carolina 



Camii.i.i: Mc'Daniei. 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Katiii.i:i:n O'Hara 
Yorktown, Virginia 



Patty Patton 
Swannanoa, Nortli Carolina 

MeTA PlIILMl'S 

Middlesex, North Carolina 




Fifty-three 




* Tin 




Kathlkkx Robersos 
Greenville, South Carolina 

Ann Shook 
Tarboro, North Carolina 



Betty Sibley 
Wilmington, North Carolina 



Mary LkRoy Stanton 
McColl, South Carolina 



Nancy Taylor 
Harrellsville, North Carolina 



Virginia Teter 
Charleston, West Virginia 



Elizabeth Thomas 
Westminster, Maryland 

Christine Thompson 
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 



Myrtle Ward 
Tarboro, North Carolina 

Ann Wheat 
Richmond, Virginia 



Fifty-four 



Margaret White 

Wilmington, North Carolina 



Special* 



Marjorie Dickexs 
Enfield, North Carolina 



Eliza Ktvk 
Savannah, Georgia 




JUNIORS NOT PHOTOGRAPHED 



Helen Page 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Bertha Pal.meh 
Trvon, North Oarolin; 



Rosemary Schexck 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Fifty-five 




JSitsmesa Class 

Esabelle Badger 

President 
La Grange, Ga. 

Fhaxces Smith 

rice President 

Greenville, S. C. 



Betty Astiry 
Raleigh, N. C. 

Marion Beali. 
Savannah. Ga. 



J\ni:t Beak 
Wilmington, X. C. 

Flore xck Box ley 
Orange, Va. 



Beverly Bridoers 
Tarboro, X. C. 

AlLEEX ByNUSI 

Hope Mills, X. C. 



Peggy Davis 
Wilmington, X. C. 

Nancy Gilliam 
Warrenton. X. C. 



Fifty-six 



L< )K E N J : H V M PUR I : V 

Raleigh, NT. C. 

Alice James 
Wilmington, N. ('. 



Payxi: Loxnox 
Rockingham, X. C. 

Elizabeth Par it am 
Columbia, S. C. 



Margaret Pugi-i 
Oxford, N. C. 

Akne Simox 
Wilmington, N. C. 



Jaxe Shields 
Kinston, X. C. 

Esti-iee Walker 
Roxboro, X. C. 



Elizabeth Wixstox 
Goldsboro, X. C. 

NOT PHOTOGRAPHED 

Betty Gaiti-ier 
Morganton, X. C. 

Hazel Wilkixsox 
Raleigh, X. C. 




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Fifty-seven 




Fifty-eipht 




H>opfjomore Class 

Makv Anne Somervell 

President 

Ocala, Florida 

Margaret Wells 
Vice Pri sldent 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

Peggy Camblos 
Secretavy-TreasMrei 
Big' Stone Gap, Va. 

Hilda Cameron 
Wilmington, X. C. 

A x x i e \Y e mt C 1 1 1 :s I I I II E 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Fraxces Davis 
Winnsboro, S. C. 



J AXE EMERSOX 

Wilmington, X. C. 



FltAXCES Fish 

Ridgewood, X'. .T, 



Julia Feixx 
Tuscaloosa, Alii 



Betty Fra/.ieh 
Willow Grove, Pa. 



Jake Garrett 
Greenville, X'. C. 



I I AHItlET 1 I ALL 

Greensboro, X. (". 



Helen I Jitt 
Orlanda, Florida 



Margaret Lewis 
Greensboro, X. C. 



Nancy McIveh 
Charlotte, N. C. 



Marie Shepherd QnxT\»i> 
Raleigh, X. C. 

1 -ir.l .IE RoBERSTON 

W ilmington, X*. C. 

Palmer Smith 
Atlanta, Ga. 



I.ossii: Tayi.uii 
Wilmington, X. C. 

Hei.ex Valexti x i: 
Schuylkill Haven, Pa. 

SOPHOMORES NOT 
PHOTOGRAPHED 

Sadie Buchanan Mary Olsex 

Faycttcville, Tenn. Raleigh, X. C. 



Sixty 



Jfresfjmatt Class 

Ann Lytlf., President 
Weirsdale, Fla. 

'I'i.mpv Woods, Vice President 
Kent, Conn. 

Susan Bakeb 
Greensboro, X. C. 

Dorothy Balsey 
Greensboro, X. C. 

Johnsie Bason 

Chapel Hill, X. C. 

Kay Castles 
Glen Ridge, X. J. 

-M AHT1IA Cl.OVIS 

Wheeling, W. Va. 

Dorothy Diggs 
Casper, Wyo. 



Helen Divers 
Pulaski, Va. 

En wix Gant 
Burlington, X. C. 

Katherine Hariuson 
Raleigh, X. C. 

H ele n K i: x nn i c k 
Elizabeth City, X. C. 



Sally MacNideb 
Chapel Hill, X. C. 

Carolyn' Miller 
Chapel Hill, X. C. 

RosiE Mir II r,E.\ BROCK 
Cranford, X. J. 

Nancy Murchison 
Washington, D. C, 



Mary Lee Murray 
Raleigh, X. C. 

X* A N CV X'ORT 1 [ UP 

Winston-Salem, X. C. 

Verdie Mahy Schwarss 
Eastman, Pa. 

Anne Seale 
Greenville, Ala. 



Sara ii Sutton 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Ellen Taylor 
Lynchburg, Va. 

Martii a Watts 
Lynchburg, Va, 

Louise Wilson 
Lynchburg, Va. 




FRESHMEN NOT PHOTOGRAPHED 



Plggy Castlemax 
Raleigh, X. C. 

Emily Schexck 
Raleigh, N. C. 



Eugenia Scurry 
Gaffney, S. C. 

I ,OUISi: Williams 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Sixty -one 









$rep $ Class 1936^37 

Mary Kistler, President 
Morganton, N. C. 

Mary Louise Duxx 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Louise Heald 
Roanes Post Office, Va. 

Josephine Joiixsox 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Harriet Lloyd 
Greenville, N. C. 

Nancy Ann Wildeh 
Syracuse, X. Y. 







$rep 3 Class 1936=37 



Martha Chase 
Raleigh, X. C. 



Mary Davis 
Glendale, Md. 



MlLDHEU LlTTLEI'IELl) 

Bristol, a. I. 



Hetty Gates 
Asheville. X. C. 



Sixty-two 





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tdibor in Chief 



LUCILE AYCOCK 
Business lllanager 



STAGE COACH STAFF 






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CLARICE BAILEY 



VIRBH1IA BOHTER OIIUE CRUIKSHAHX. 






ALEXA mcCOLL 



Ann LDHEAT 



IHAKV JAM VEATmAn 



Sixty-four 






VIRuIIUA UJOKTH 
7>res. oftheJtudencBoJii 



JOSEPHIHE POPE 
Vice-President 



ann lOHanns 

Sec?&6cn-v 



HONOR COUNCIL 







ISdBHLE BCDGERj CLO.RICE SQILEY KQTHERIIIE ES7ES SQLLIE LOnDOH FELL 







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Sixty-five 




&igma Uambba Hiterarp &>otietv 



Mr. MoorEj Adviser 



Eleaxor Jacksox 
President 



Jaxet McCoxni:i,i. 
Vice President 



Clarice Bailey 

Secretary 



Lovise Baciius 
Virgixia Bower 

Axxe Dawson 

II km: x .1 a x e Farm i;h 

S a i.i.i i: I.oxdox Fell 

K at 1 1 1: it [ x i: F l.i: M I XG 



Ida Jexxixgs 

Louise Martix 

Ji:rvi;y Quixtard 

A n n Whalixg 

Axx Wheat 

Mary Carteb Whitehurst 



Mary Jaxe Yeatmah 



Sixty -six 




C &. $. literary Gorier? 



Mr. Moore, Advi 



Peggy Mathewson 

President 



K rn 1: Fla x x At. a x 
Vice President 



Oli v f ; Cruiksh a x r k 
Secretary 



Lucile Aycock 
Margaret Bellamy 
Peggy Camblos 
Pat Crtjtcher 
Nancy Jeknigax 
Jaxet Lawrence 



Alexa McColl 
I [ortexse Nortox* 
Louisa Sloan 
■ I ri. ia Smallwood 
Mary Wood \\'ix*slow 
Helex' Rose Wittex' 
Timpy Woods 



Sixty-sevt u 




altar (guiilt) 

K le A X (1H J A C K so X 

President 



( IAHA BOXU AMirUSU.V 

Clarice Bailey 
Margaret Bellas v 
Duke Blue 

VlUCINI \ BOWEH 

Sad \ Cr \ig 
Coxsta mi: Fagax 
Effie Flan \.m;an 
K \ riiitvN Fleming 
Letty Gaitheh 
Agnes Gregory 
M \nv Taylor 1 Iixnaxt 
Hanxaii Huske 
F,i,i:anhi[ Jackson* 
Nancy Jerxiga n 
Georgia Km icsey 
J \ni:t Lawrence 
Fl.0IU:XCi: l.vil.i; 



Louise M ah ti n 
Peggy Matiiewsox 
Helen McBride 
Janet McCoxnell 
Mildred Pittexoer 
Jessie Skinner 
Louisa Sloax 
Lillian Small 
.1 III a Smallwood 
Connie Lee Thigpex 
Louise Walker 
Ruth Weeks 
An n W ii alixg 
Helen Rose Witten 
{Catherine Williams 
Mary Wood Wixslow 
Virginia Worth 
Elixauetii Young 



Sixty-eiyht 




Cfjoir 



Kattierixe Bern ll AH in 
( 'rucifev 



Fi.oheni i: I.vir.i: 

Mary Elizabeth Woods 

Librarians 



IsAHEJ.EE BADGF.R 
Sl'SAN Bak I It 

Johxsie Bason 
Beverly Bridgeks 

Kathry.v CaUGHjVTAX 

Marjorie Dickens 

Sai.i.ii: London I'ii i 
Frances Fish 
Kri n: Fi.ANN.u; an 



J I I.IA FlIXN 

Betty Frazier 

Xoi.ii: Keel 1 1 igi-ismith 

Peggy Holmes 

E r. e a n on tT a c kso n 

Letitia Knox 

Eliza Kiyk 

A \ s I.yti.i; 

Florence Lytle 



Sam.ii: MacXiijeh 
Nam v Murci-iison 

FfORTEXSE XoitTON 
Naniv Osiioii N I; 
k ati! lee x r.0eers0n 
Betty Scott 
Martha Watts 
Mary Elizabeth Woi 

VlRGIXIA Wolt Til 



Sixty-nine 




©eutsdjer Ueretn 



Kathryx Fleming 
President 

Ann Dawson 
Vice President 



Florence Lytle 
Secretary 

Betty Farrar 

Treasurer 



Emily Battle 
Eleanor Cherry 
Frances Farrior 
Charlotte Holm a x 
-Mary Frances Hunter 
Georgia Kirksey 
Louise Martin 
Helen McBride 
Sarah Price 



Jessie Skixxer 

Cox xi e Tiiigpex 

H ele x Rose W i iitte n 

Polly Pinner 

Agnes Sanford 

Phoebe Bashore 

Duke Blue 

a x' x e b ur x ett 

Janet Cheshire 

Helen Jean Farmer 



Mexa Fi.emixg 
Sara Griffith 
Peggy Holmes 
Betty- Jexxixgs 
Louise Jordon 
Elizabeth Kearxs 
Jean Miller 
( ' i i arlotte Ruffner 
Hortense Norton 



Seventy 




Jfrencf) Clul) 



Clara Bond Anderson 
Margaret Allen 
Barbara Barnes 
Mary Barroll 
Phoebe B ashore 
Polly Bates 
Margaret Bellamy 
Kitty Bernhardt 
Jean Blount 
Lillian Boshen 
Marian Brewer 
Anne Bryant 
Rebecca Bryant 
Margaret Burgwyn 
Ann Burnett 
Ann Burr 
Doris Butler 
Edna Hines Byxum 
Mary Lee Cowper 
Ann Cox 

Julia Ruggles Creech 
Olive Cruikshank 
Sylvia Cullum 
Rebecca Davis 
Ann Dawson 
Sairfax Dockery 
Betty Dudley 
Kitty Estes 
Helen Jean Farmer 
Sallie London Fell 
Effie Flannagan 



CoRNELIA GlLLAM 

Louise Hall 
Mary Louise Hall 
Hunt Hardinge 
Mary Taylor Hinnant 
Betsy Hobby 
Pauline Holt 
Mabel Humphrey 
Hannah Huske 
Eleanor Jackson 
Ida Lamdeth Jennings 
Nancy Jehxigan 
Grant Jones 
Patsy Jones 
Mary Ann Koonce 
Janet Lawrence 
Betsy Myatt 
Helen McBride 
Alexa McColl 
Janet McConnell 
Mary Elizabeth Neff 
Helen Noel 
Rebecca Norman 
Hortense Norton 
Minnie Grace Olive 
Nancy Osborne 
Helen Page 
Louise Patrick 
Patty Patton 
Josephine Pope 
Jervev Quintard 



Helen Red-fern 

Mary Louise Riddick 

Mary Emma Robbins 

Kathleen Roberson 

Agnes Sanford 

Betty Scott 

Ruth Seidler 

Ann Shook 

Jessie Skinner 

Lillian Small 

Julia Smallwood 

Palmer Smith 

Mary Anne Somervell 

Mary LeRoy Stanton 

Nancy Taylor 

Barbara Thompson 

Winifred Vass 

Louise Walker 

Frances Watkins 

Betty Gwyn Weaver 

Margaret Wells 

Ann Wheat 

Mary Carter Whiteiiurst 

Kitty Williams 

Mary Gault Williamson 

Mary Wood Winslow 

Elsie Winters 

Timpie Woods 

Yircinia Worth 

Mary Jane Yeatman 

Elizabeth Young 



Seventy-one 




©ramatic Club 



Eliz \hi;th Youxg 
President 

Eesa Winters 
Bitahtess Mtunt</<r nnd Tn 



I Iei.en Rose Wittex 
Secretary 

Miss Florence C, Davi 
Director 



Clarice Bailey 
Fraxces Bain 
Mary Baehoi.i. 
Phoebe Bashore 
Beverly Bridgers 
M a rg ar i:t Burg w v s 
Eleanor Cherry 
Sara Craig 
Patricia Cri'tciier 
Sylvia Cullum 
X a n c v D A I.TON 
Rebecca Davis 
M ARGI mi i: D I C K I: N s 

Dorothy Diggs 
Ciinmi: Fagax 
Sally London Fell 
Fraxces Fish 
Betty Fra/.mh 
I Fariet Hall 
I Iunt Haedixge 

Tlie Club was awarded Tournamenl 
was awarded (irst prize in tin- Junio 
Seventh Book of Moses" by Phoebe 
College Production Contcsl for One 



X o Li e K l i ■: i. High s m it i i 
Paulixe Holt 

X A X C Y H U E u i; R T 

Mable Humphrey 
Hannah Huske 
Louise Jordax 
Elizabeth K earns 

I Ieeen Kendrick 

m a r y a n x k oo xce 

I I ahrh:t Lloyd 
Sally MacNider 
Naxcy Man n 
Louise Marti s 
Marguerite Mathevsox 
Jean Mileer 

Helex McBbide 
Xancy McIveh 
Rebecca Normax 

I lORTEXSE XORTOX 



Betty Gates 

x* a n c y osborxe 

Patty Pattox 

Sara a Price 

Eugenia Scurry; 

Ruth Seidler 

Jane Shields 

Mary Anni: S(imi:hvi:i.i. 

.Mary LeRoy Stanton 

Naxcy Taylor 

Elizabeth Thomas 

Helex Valentin i: 

fhaxces w atkins 

Ann Wheat 

Mary Carter Whiten erst 

Louise Wilson 

Fes a Winters 

Helex Rose Wittex 

Timpy Woods 

Elizabeth Young 



Winners in the Dramatic Festival held at Chape] Hill in March 1937. It 
■ College Contest in Original One-Act Plays for its rendition of "The 

Bashore. 'The Club was also honored by receiving the first prize in Junior 
\cl Plays, using "The Shoes That Danced." 



SlX'flll If- hen 




PRIDE AND PREJUDICE 
Presented in Sainl Mary's School Auditorium, Tuesday evening, February !>, Ii»:i7 

CAST 

Mr. Darcy (of Pemberley, Derbyshire) Elizabeth Young 

Mr. Bingley (of Netherfield, Hertfordshire, Darcy 's friend) Rebecca Norman 

Colonel Fitsswilliam (cousin of Darcy) Ann Wheat 

Mr. Bennet (of Longbourn) Fbances Watkins 

Mr. Collins (a cousin of Mr. Bennet and next in the entail of Longbourn 

Estate) Hohtense Norton 

Colonel Forster (the Colonel of the Regiment stationed at Meryton) Helen Kendrick 

Mr. Wickham (an officer in the Regiment) Elsa Winters 

Mr. Denny (another officer in the Regiment) . . , Harriet Hall 

Harris (the butler at Longbourn) Louise Wilson 

Mrs. Bennet Mary Anne Somervell 

Jane Bennet Nancy Man n 

Elizabeth Bennet Louise Martin 

Lydia Beimel Harriet Lloyd 

Lady Lucas Helen Rose Witten 

Charlotte I ,neas BETTY Frazieb 

Miss Bingley (sister of Mr. Bingley) Mabel Humphrey 

Lady Catherine De Bonrgh (aunt of Darcy and Patroness of Mr. Collins) Mary Ann Koonce 

Hill (the housekeeper at Longbourn) Sarah Price 

Maria (the maid at Mr. Collins' parsonage) .Mary LeRoy Stanton 

, lames (ilie hnller al Nel herlield ) Svi.vi \ C-ULLUM 



Seventy-three 




®fje <&ltz Club 



i sa belle b auger 
Susan Baker 
johnsie bason 
Krrrv Bern iiahdt 
Duke Blue 
Beverly Briikiers 
Margaret Btrgwyx 
Doris Butler 
Maujorie Dickexs 
Fraxces Fish 
Julia Flixx 



Betty Frazier 
Effie Flaxxagax 
Sallie Fell 
Eiuvi.v Gant 

NoLIE HlGIISMJTH 

Peggy Holmes 
Eleaxor Jacksox 
Helen Kendrick 
Ann Lytle 
Florence Lytle 
Louise Martin 



Nanct Murchisox 
Kosie Muhlexbrock 

HORTE X CE NoRTO X 

Nancy (Jsburne 

Mildred Pittexger 
Margaret Pl t gh 
Kay Uobersox 
Betty Scott 
M artii \ Watts 
Ti>ii*v Woods 
Virginia Worth 



Semi ft/- four 




(Sranbbaugfjter's; Club 



Xaxcy Jernigan, President 
Virginia Bower, Vice President 



Kittv Bernhardt, Secretary 
Alice James, Treasurer 



Isabelle Badger 
Susan Baker 
Edna Daves Barnes 
Johnsie Bason 
Emily Battle 
Margaret Bellamv 
Katherine Bernhardt 
Virginia Bower 

B E VERLY B hidgers 
Anne Bryant 
Rebecca Bryant 
Peggy Castleman 
Annie Webb Cheshire 
Mary Lee Cowper 
Sara Craig 
Olive Cruikshank 
Nancy Dalton 
Frances Davis 
Sairfax Dockery 



Mary Louise Dunn 
Constance Fagan 
Sallie London Fell 
Katiiryn Fleming 
Mena Branch Fleming 
Mary Leigh Gaitiier 
Louise Hall 
Katiierine Hardison 
Mary Taylor Hinnant 
Hannah Hi'ske 
Alice James 
Nancy Jernigan 
Josephine Johnson 
Louise Jordan 
Georgia Kirksey 
Mary Kistler 
Pa y.n e Lon don 
Louise Martin 
Nancy Mautin 
Mary Lily Moore 



Betsy Myatt 
Helen- McBridi: 
Betty Oates 
Mary Olsen 
Louise Partrick 
Patty Pattox 

MlLDREI) PlTTINGER 

Margaret Pugii 
Mary Louise Riddick 
Lillie Robertson 
Agxiis Sanford 
Jane Shields 
Lillian Small 
Sarah Sutton 
Lossie Taylor 
Beverly Vans 
Winifred Vass 
Mary Wood Wi nslow 
Elsa Winters 



Seven t y-five 




political Science Club 



Nancy Jerxigax, President M vrgaret Bellamy, Secretary 

Jaxet McCo\si:i,r,, Vice President Coxxie I.i:i: Thigpex, Treasvrei 
Mr. W. C. Guess, Sponsor 



Claha Bond Axuersox 
Emily Battle 
Margaret Bella m v 

K ] TTY B E R X 1 1 A It I IT 

Duke Blue 

VlRGIXIA BoWER 

Margaret Burgwyx 
Rebecca Davis 
Coxxie Fagax 

Sai.lii; London Felt. 

K AT [IRYX F L e MIX G 

I.i:ttv Gaither 

K \Tlirill ST. II A ST COf K 



Hint Hardixge 
Mary Taylor Hixxaxt 
Haxxah Hi'skf: 
Eleanor Jacksox 
[da Lambeth Jkxxixgs 
Georgia Kirksey 
Janet I -a w it e x ci: 
Louise Marti n 
Pegcy Matiiewson 
Helen McBride 

J A NET McCoX N ELL 

Patty Patton 
Betty Scott 



Jessie Skin nek 

Louisa Sloan 

Lilliax Small 

Julia Smallwood 

Coxxie Lee Thigpex 

Beverly Vann 

LouisE Walker 

Ruth Weeks 

Kitty Williams 

Axx Whalixg 

Mary Carter White iturst 

Virginia Worth 

Ri izabetti Youxg 



Strrnfff-x 




"&fjc Smbi <$reggites*' 



( )iica\]/.i:ii ( >ctokbii 193G 



Eli/.aueti i ParmaMj /'rr.siilnit 
Aileen Byn um, I "ire President 



.Iamit Beau, Secretary 
Mns. Ken yon . Spotmor 



Frances Smith 
Alice Jami:s 
Janet Beak 
Peggy Davis 

IsAIIKLLE BaMGER 

Jane Shields 
Anne Simon 
Esther Wai.keh 



K LIZA Id IT M WlNSTON 
AlLEEN By S UM 

Florence Buxlly 
Mathilde Howard 
Marian Be ale 
Nancy Gilliam 
Payne London 
Margaret Pugi-i 



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Seventy-seven 




>igmass 



Virginia Bower, President 



Julia Ssiallwooii, Vice President 



Betty Ashby 

Lucile Ay cock 
Clarice Bailey 
Susan Baker 
Dorothy Balsley 
Edna Davis Barnes 
Phoebe B ashore 
Johnsie Bason 
Emily Battle 
Marian Be all 
.Margaret Bella u v 
Kittv Bernhardt 
Virginia Bower 
Dorothy Boyd 
Marian Brewer 
Beverly Bridgers 
Anne Burnett 
Anne Burr 
Edna IIines Bynum 
Hilda Cameron 
Nancy Campbell 
k a t ii ryn c a vg 1 1 m a n 
Martha Chase 
Eleanor Cherry 
Mary Lee Cowpeb 
Sara Craig 
Pat Crutcher 
Sylvia Cullum 
Nancy Dalton 
Barhara Davis 
Frances Davis 
Rebecca Davis 



Ann Dawson 

Marjorie Dickens 
Helen Lu Divers 
Jane Emerson- 
Kitty Estes 
Constance Fag an 
Sallie London Fell 
Katiiryx Fleming 
Men a Fleming 
Julia Flinn 
Betty Fra/.ier 
Betty' Gaither 
Jane Garrett 
Cornelia Gillam 
Nancy' Gillam 
Sarah Griffith 
Mary Louise Hall 
kati jryn ii a n ci >c k 
Hint Hardinge 
Louise Heald 
Mary Taylor Hinnant 
Helen Hitt 
Betsy Hobby 
.1 Ian Hodges 
Rhea Hughes 
Eleanor Jackson- 
Nancy J i;r nig an 
Joseph ine Jon nson 
Grant Jones 
Patsy Jones 
Ruth .Jordan 
Helen Kendrilk 



Mary Kistler 
Letitla Knox 
Jaxet Lawrence 
Betsy- Leaky- 
Mildred Littlefield 
Payne London 
Nancy Manx 
Peggy Mathewson 
Jamie Merritt 
Carolyn Miller 
Jeax Miller 
Rosie Muhlenbrock 
Nancy- Murciiison 
M ary Lee M urray 
Betsy" Myatt 
Helen McBride 
Sarah McGrady 
Helen Noell 
Hortense Norton 
Betty Oates 
Sarah Oliver 
Mary Olsen 
Elizabeth Par ham 
Patty' Patton 
Mildred Pittexger 
Sarah Price 
Margaret Pugii 
Helen Redfern 
Lillie Robertson 
Mary' Bobbins 

SaRAH Hl'ARK 
CHARLOTTE RUFFNER 



Emily- Schenck 
Rose m ar y Sen 1: n c R 
Betty Scott 
Eugenia Scurry 
Ann Seale 
Ruth Seidler 
Betty Sjbley- 
Anne Simon- 
Jessie Skinx-er 
Louise Sloax 
Lilliax Small 
J ulia Smallwood 
Palmer Smith 
Mary Lehoy Staxtox 
Sarah Sutton 

VIRGINIA Teter 

B All If AHA TlIOM PSON 

Christine Thompson 

Winifred Vass 

Ruth Weeks 

Axx Wheat 

Margaret White 

H a/.e l Wilkin sox 

Louise Williams 

m ary ( 1 a i ,t w i lli a mso n 

m ary' w( ii h) w i nsi.o w 

Elsa Winters 

Virginia Worth 

Betty Wright 

Mary Jane Yeatman 

Elizabeth Young 



Seventy-eiffht 



Jflus 



Louise Martin 

President 



Florence Lytle 
Vice President 



Margaret Allex 
Clara Bond Anderson 
Louise Backus 
Isabell Badger 
Frances Bain 
Polly Bates 
Janet Bear 
Duke Blue 
Jean Blount 
Florence Boxley 
Axx Bryant 
Rebecca Bryaxt 
S a ni i: B vc ha xa x 
Doris Butler 
Margaret Burgwyx 
Aileex Byxum 
Margaret Camblos 
Kay Castles 
Peggy Castemax 
Janet Cheshire 
Martha Clovis 
Ann Cox 
Julia Creech 
Olive Cruikshaxk 
Margaret Davis 



Mary Davis 
Virginia Davis 
Dorothy Diggs 
Sairfax Dockery 
Betty Dudley 
Mary Dudley 
Mary Dunn 
Willa Drew 
Marjorie England 
Helen Farm i:k 
Betty Farrar 
Francis Farrior 
Francis Fish 
Effie Flannagan 
Letty' Gaither 
Erwin Gaxt 
Doris Goehcii 
Agnes Gregory 
I Iarriet Hall 
Louise Hall 
dorot ha h atc 1 [ er 
Nolie High smith 
Peggy Holmes 
Pauline Holt 



Mathilde Howard 
C 1 1 ARL( )TTE H oi. m a n 

M able Hump he e y 

LOR EXE HlJMl'HREY 

Mary Francis Hunter 
Hanah Huske 
x a x cy hulrert 
Alice James 
Ida Jennings 
Elizabeth Jennings 
Louise Jordan 
Norma Joxes 
Elizabeth Kearns 
Georgia Kirksey 
Eliza Ki'yk 
Mary Ann Koonce 
Vivian Lawson 
Marian LeVan 
Margaret Lewis 
Harriet Lloyd 
Ann Lytle 
Sallie MacNider 
Nancy Maupix 
A lex a McColl 



Jaxet McCoxnell 
Camille McDaniel 
Xaxcy McIvlr 
Audrey Moore 
Mary Lily- Moore 
Mary Elizabeth Neff 
Betsy Thomas 
Helen V a lenti n e 
Beverly Vann 
Esther Walker 
Louise Walker 
Eugie Watters 
Myrtle Ward 

FrAXCIS W ATKINS 

Martha Watts 

Betty Weaver 

Margaret Wells 

Ann W r haling 

Mary Carter White hurst 

Katherixe Williams 

Nancy - Wilder 

Louise Wilsox 

Elizabeth Winston 

Helen Rose Witten 

Timpy Woods 



Sei'enty-niite 




letter Club 



II int Hardixge. I'r< anient 



Clarice Bailey 






Hunt Hardinge 


Hockey, Tennis 






1 1 in- key . Swimming 


Frances Bain 






Huth Jordan 


Basketball 






Hockey 


Margaret Bellamy 






Florence Lytle 


Hockey 






Basketball, Hockey 


Virginia Bower 






Anne Lytle 


Hockey 






Hockey 


Olive Cruikshank 






Sally MacNider 


Hockey 






Hockey 


Sylvia Culliiin 






Peggy Mathewson 


Basketball 






Hockey 


Frances Davis 






Elizabeth Parham 


Basketball 






Basketball 


Kitty F.stcs 






Huth Seidler 


Swimming 






Hockey 


Kay Fleming 






Martha Watts 


Hockey 






Swimming 


Mcna Fleming 






Hazel Wilkenson 


Swimming 






Basketball 




Kim 


Williams 






Nu 


imming 





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Katiikyx Fee mi ng 
Margaret Bellam v 
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Olive Cuuiksiiank: 



H itii Jordan 
R it n Seidleh 




Florence Lytle Hazel Wilkinson Sylvia Cullum Frances Bain 



Frances Davis 



Elizablth Parham 
Eif/hfy-ono 




Commencement jfflarfifjalsi '37 



Josephine Pope 



Ann* Dawson 



Anne Shook 



Patsy Jones 



Maiiy Jane Yeatman 



Eighty-two 




iHapBap '37 



Louise Martin 
May Queen 



Mary Taylor Hinnant 
Maid of Honor 



Court 



Louise Bachus 

Janet Bear 

Katherine Bernhardt 

Duke Blue 

Olive Cruiksliank 

Kitty Estes 

Hunt Hardinere 



Betsy Hobby 
Patsy Jones 
Mary Elizabeth Neff 
Jerve}' Quintard 
Betty Scott 
Ann Whaling 
Elizabeth Young 



Flower Girls 
Mildred Littlericld Sarah Sutton 



Pages 



Janet McConnell 



Lossie Ta 



Train Bearers 
Frances Smith Kay Castles 

Crown Bearer 
Harriet Hall 



Eighty -three 




Eighty-four 



Wit :Jf asfjion ©ur Uenus: 

Hair: Tudie Xeff 
Eyes: Axx Burr 

Eyelashes: Clarice Bailey 
Nose: Betsy Thomas 

Mouth: Kay Castles 

Complexion: Duke Blue 

The Body Beautiful: Hunt Hardixge 
Feet: Puddix' I.ytle 

Hands: Helen Rose Whitten 



Senior Higljltgijtsi 

Best Disposition : Ruth Weeks 

Most Athletic: Hunt Hardixge 

Most Artistic: Olive Cruikshaxk 
Most Vivacious : Betty Scott 
Most Literary: TlNGA Bower 

Must Capable: Eleanor Jackson 

Most Sophisticated : Peggy Mathewson 
Most Dignified : Axx Whaling 

Most Poised: Janet Lawrence 



WXz dominate for (But ©all of Jfame: 

As Poet: I.etty Cjaither 

As Actress: Lin Youxg 

As Olympic Champion: Hunt Hahdixge 
As Dancing Celebrity: Sara Price 
As Author: Virginia Bower 

As Business Woman: Fran Smith 

As Artist: Clara Bond Anderson 
As Philosopher : Boots Norton 

As Miss America: Mary Taylor Hixxaxt 



Eighty-six 




GRAPEVINE FLASHES 



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VOL. OOOX1 



PUBLISHED WHEN AND HOW WE CAN 



DON'T ASK US WHY! 



No. 070801 



ST. MARY'S GOING TO THE DOGS DR. SMEDES COMES TO TOWN 



Kindness to lMmil) Ani- 
mals Makes School 
Popular With 
Canines 



It's a sobering thought to 
realize that Saint Mary's 
School is the kind that ap- 
peals to (logs. For the past 
week they have been more 
numerous than mosquitoes. 
(That's sumpin ! ) and far 
more annoying;. But worse 
than that they are romantic 
minded, and bay at the moon 
(even if it isn't there) at 
regular intervals (luring the 
night. It's so had that you 
have to be careful not to sit 
or walk on them. Up to 
this point, we haven't grum- 
bled about the spices that 
come to school, but now we 
are just before giving vent 
to a strong objection. It's 
not so much that dogs are 
coining to Saint Mary's as 
it is that the school seems 
to be going to the dogs. You 
know, with a hey, monny 
inonny. and a bow wow 
wow ! 



If every Senior in school 
looks dreamy-eyed and pen- 
sive these days, just remem- 
ber the dance Friday night 
and make allowances. Pink 
and lavender skies, two 
bright yellow moons, danc- 
ing hula hula girls. palm 
trees, monkeys, tropical 
birds spelled South Sea Is- 
land Magic. About four 
o'clock Friday afternoon 
.screams of "Howes for Jane. 
flowers for Sue" began to 
shatter the bedlam that was 
Holt Hall ; the rest of us 
continued waiting a n d 
prayed that much harder. 
Finally after dinner, we be- 
gail to dress only to tind 
that nearly ever., girl was 
wearing red or white, too. 
However, nothing daunted, 
with hair waved, and gala 
dresses, anil with a man on 
either side, we descended 
sweepingly to the gym. What 
happened from then on 
would vary with individual 
accounts, hut if appearances 
count for anything, the 
situation was kept well in 
hand. If none of us disap- 
peared after the dance, the 
less completely clad ladies 
decorating the gym walls 
certainly did. We haven't 
decided yet whether we like 
the idea being rem em be red 
by such mementos. Anyway, 
it" was GRAND! It! 

Something happened last 



raisins. 




Mr. Shaw 


vithout th 


nail. 




The laundrv 


sewing cr 


ill the missing 


buttons. 


Miss Tucker 


and Chap 


witli straight ha 


ir. 



CABOMNA CAPTURES Is 

HEARTS OF HELLES . 



MINI TES WITH 
GENE KAYMOMM 



St. Mary's is definitely 
on tin- map 1 lot Ba'.sey 
placed it there when she 
talked to Gene Raymond as 
a reward for winning a 
screen magazine contest. 
Dot is the happiest girl in 
school, and all we poorer 
unfortunates can do is look 
at her wonderingly and ex- 
Claim "gosh I" 



COUNT THE HOIKS! 

Christmas is just in the 
offing. So accurate y are 
the days being counted un- 
til the morning of the 19th 
that someone informed us 
there were only 418 hours 
until then. But worse luck, 
double that and add a mil- 
ion, and you'll knew when 
we'll be right back here! 



Monday night — we don't 
know exactly what because 
we were sleepy; but the 
train pulled in. and our 
ha n d kerchiefs pulled out, 
and since then everything 
has been extremely wettish. 
Expressions such as "you 
can't win," "life is so futile," 
and "what's the use any- 
hew" are circulated via our 
personal little "Grapevines." 
Moreover, exams are truck- 
ing along only too swiftly. 
< Hi woe is us ! 



HOXIK ROLL 

WORTHWHILE 

Turkey and all the trim- 
mings ! Those who made 
the Honor Roll feel extra 
good because they will get 
he whole week-end. Big house 
parties, swell dances, dates, 
late hours, open tires, some 
sleep, and just gibs of fun. 
Just 163 more hours to wait, 
but it will mean endless 
time wasted waiting for the 
light or something. 

Just Imagine : 

Sis Ward and Anne Daw- 
son talking fast, 

Olive Cruikshank acting as 
serene as she looks. 

Mr. Moore without An- 
dromeda. 

Puddin' Lytle without her 
curls and with a hat on. 

Rice pudding without the 



Attention All Saint 

Mary's Kirls!!! 



-V bigger and better 
Stage Coach will be ours 
this year if each and every 
one of us will do her part. 
How can you help most? 
Here's the answer: simply 
by patronizing those firms 
that are buying advertising 
spare in the STAGE COACH 
this year. As you well know, 
the Stack Coach is partially 
financed by these advertise- 
ments and it's essential that 
we have as many as pos- 
sible. And in order to get 
them, we must show our 
good faith by patronizing the 
firms that do advert se with 
us. During the coming yeai 
when you go shopping, re 
member to buy from, sup- 
port, and patronize the firms 
that you see listed here week 
by week. So far, they are: 
Thiems, Carolina Cleanera, 
Cinderella Shoe Shop. Cran- 
ford Beauty Shop. Brant- 
ley's Drug Store. Briggs and 
Sons Hardware Company, 
Fallons, Frank's Beauty 
Salon, Lewi-. Sporting 
Goods. Poole's Beautv Shop, 
Jeans. Taylors, California 
Fruit Store. 



We hear that Sal'y Fell 
crashed into print last week 
— the Wake Fo.'est Gossip 
Column. What are we girls 
coming to next / 



At a meeting th's week 
of the Juniors, a great deal 
of interest was show n in 
the Heading Course. Under 
the general directions of 
Miss Weise, Miss Morrison, 
and Mr. Moore, this volun- 
tary but accredited course 
is being offered to all 
Juniors and Seniors who are 
interested i n devt* .oping in 
Ancient and Modem cultural 
Reading n o t generallj 

covered in the curriculum. 
So far, about 17 Juniors 
have signed up; the e is 
still time for others who are 
interested to register. 



(Jhosts, Tarzan and 

Pop-Eve Feature 

Party 



Dr. Smedes and his ghosts 
combined with the juniors 
to give a shivering good 
Hallowe'en party. The whole 
show bega n w i t h a grand 
march, and what costumes 
there were! After we marched 
round and round 'till we 
didn't know where we 
would come out, the judges 
announced their decision. 
The prize for the most origi- 
nal went to Tarzan, his 
mate, and their pet gorilla 
(Kitty Willams, Hunt Hard- 
inge. Puddin Lytle). Pop- 
Eye and Sweet-Pea (Kather 
ine Fleming and Margaret 
Bellamy > were the funniest 
exhibits there. Mary Taylor 
and Duke Blue as Chinese 
were the prettiest, but those 
of us who didn't get prizes 
weren't the least bit crushed. 
Come the skits, the infirmary 
and Third Floor Smedes get- 
ting it most. Then came the 
food, and everybody really 
let go. Even a square dance 
was attempted. A swell 
party. Congratulations to 
Sally London. the junior 
class, and the ghosties ! 



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MERMAIDS 
1YI\ SWIM MEET 



The Seniors met last week [ 
and elected Miss Harris and 
Mr. Moore their class spoil- 



It seems that the un- 
fortunate ones who remained 
at school this past week have 
been lstening with green- 
er ed interest to those who 
were claimed by Carolina for 
its Homecoming game and 
dance. If there is a slight 
slump in class work as a 
result of this exodus to the 



Hiive yo u ever seen a 
mermaid in a dripping gray 
jersey bathing suit '. Well 
there were positively swarms 
of them at the Sigma Mu 
Swimming Meet. Offering 
them close competition was 
Mr. Tucker, whose charms 
were considerably enhanced 
by an all white costume worn 
with white accessories. But 
.-tart lingly met'maidish were 
Martha Watts, who swam 
under water for 50 yards; 
June Brogan, who plunged 
49 feet : and our divers, 
Kitty Estes, Mena Flemming. 
and Martha Watts again. 
The Mu's won by a score 
of 62-,"> 6, but both teams are 
to be commended on their 
fine spirit. and splendid 
training. 



Hill, we are convinced there 
will be a rally that will more 
than offset any loss in 
grades. That is our pur- 
pose anyway, and we hope 
the faculty grade books will 
bear us out. These occasional 
excursions make for re- 
newed vigor, a n d w e a re 
net smiling either. 



Eiyhttf-xevi 



Sairfax: You look all broken up— what's wrong? 
Jean: I wrote home for money for a study lamp. 
Sairfax: Well, what of it? 
.Jean: They sent me the study lamp. 

Clarice: Epictetus was a Stoic. 

Hunt: Ain't that the hoid that brings babies? 

Mary Wood: Do you send your dresses to the laundry? 

Beverly: Xo, I just wear them awhile, and then tear them up myself. 

Sally made a hundred on spelling. (Fifty one day, and fifty the next.) 

Jane: What's the lump on Sis's head? 

Anne S. : Oh, that's just where a thought struck her. 

Tootsie: What's wrong with these eggs? 
Mildred: I don't know; 1 only laid the table. 

Betty D.: Do you know wolves come in packs? 
Betsy T.: Yeah, so do Camels! 

Bondie: That chicken we had Sunday was hatched by an incubator all right. 

Worth: How do you know? 

Blondie: No chicken that ever knew a mother's love could grow up to be as tough as that. — Exchange. 

Carolina Bull Session: The girls at St. Mary's are very religious. Every time we walk in they say 
Ah — men ! 

Lett}': What do you suppose keeps the moon from falling? 
Connie F.: I don't know unless it's the beams. 

Marjie: In what course will you graduate? 
Nancy M.: Oh, in the course of time. — Exchange. 

Frances F. : I wonder what makes Sally so fat. 

Margaret W.: She fell out of a window and came down plump, 

Mary Emma: I've tried every thing under the sun to make him propose to me. 
Helen N.: Dumb bunny; why don't you try something under the moon. 

Kay : Did you get cold in gym this morning? 

Hilda: No, goodness! Miss Tash made it plenty hot for me. 

Last September: "Long Ago and Far Away." 

7:00 a.m.: "I Gotta Get Up and Go to Work." 

Puddin Lytic: "Easy To Love." 

Miss Yincella : "Im in a Dancing Mood." 

Mary Carter Whitehurst: "In Your Own Quiet Way." 

M r. ( ruess : "The Woman Waits.' 1 

A Cigarette: "Temptation." 

Anne Dawson : "Pardon My Southern Accent." 

Miss Morrison: "Here Comes the British Bang! B tug !" 

Clara Bond Anderson: "This Little Biggie." 

\. C. Sales Tax: "Bennies from Heaven." 

Janet McConnell: "Lady In lied." 

Smedes : "The I louse Is Haunted." 

Alice Alexander: "Flowers From Madame." fl 

5:45 p.m.: "Us on a Bus." 

Sis Ward: "Easy Come Easy Co." 

Tudie Xen": "You've Cot Something." 

Clarice Bailey: "Don't Mention Love To Me." 

Miss Tucker: "Black Coffee." 

Vespers: "When the Organ Plays at Twilight." 

Miss Davis: "Try To See It My Way." 

Eighty-eight 





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YOUR CAMPUS 
AND MINE 



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CLARICE BAILEY 

Clarice ambles along, unconcerned by tbe 
fact that she writes memorable poetry, makes 
A on Psychology exam, and is a power on the 
tennis court. Enigma? No, she's just "Mrs. 
Shelley." 



OLIVE CRUIKSHANK 

Serene and patient enough to edit the Bulletin, 
poised enough to pass May Court requirements, 
and foolish enough to win the high praise of. 
"She's crazy as a bug," Olive is the tops in 
versatility. 




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JANET LAWRENCE 

Lurking behind the reserved, dignified Pres- 
idential Janet is that other Janet whom we love 
and respect equally as well for her twinkling- 
eye, her merry laugh, and her delightful sense 
of humor. 



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FLORENCE LYTLE 

To Puddin' — cute, petite, and with a sincere 
friendliness all her otvn — goes first place on the 
basketball court, on the dance floor, and in our 
hearts. 



Ninety-one- 




LOUISE MARTIN 

An air of sophistication, a quick, bright 
mind, a keen sense of humor, friendliness to 
all, and features of a Grecian Goddess — all 
blend into the Tootsie whom we love and 
of whom we are proud. 



ANN WHALING 

Charming and poised, a gracious friend, a 
competent and capable executive, a splendid 
student. Ann is our admiration and delight. 




Ninety-two 



VIRGINIA WORTH 

Ability and wit, dignity and humor — all mean 
Virginia. A vivid personality, an able leader, 
and an unforgetable companion. 





ELIZABETH YOUNG 

A clever actress with a delicious sense of 
humor, a winning manner, a whimsical smile 
and an inimitable charm all her own. 



Ninety-three 



EPILOGUE 

Now a cloud has passed o'er the face of the night 

And hidden the stars from view, 
But a wind will arise and sweep it away 

And there we shall see them anew, 
Capella and Venus and Vega and Mars 
Gleaming and streaming with light. 



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To Our 

STAGE COACH ADVERTISERS 

We express our appreciation 

and recommend the patronage 

of these firms 



Blue Star Stores 

Boon-lseley's Drug Store 

Boy Ian- Pea rce, Inc. 

Bowman's 

Brantley's Drug Store 

Briggs & Sons, Thos. H. 

Brogden Produce Company 

Brown's Market 

Bynum Printing Company 

California Fruit Store 

Capital Ice & Coal Company, Inc. 

Carolina Cleaners 

Cinderella Slipper Shop 

Cranford's Beauty Salon 

Cromley-Melvin Drugs 

De Shazo's School of Beauty Culture 

Donations: Electricity 

Wholesale Meats 

Cafeteria 
Eckerd's 

Edwards & Broughton Company 
Ellisburg's Ready to Wear 
Ellisburg's: Millinery Department 
Fallon Company, Inc., J, J. 
Frank's Beauty Shop 
Hudson-Belk Company 
Hudson Fish & Cyster Company 
Hotel Carolina 



Jean's 

Lance Packing Company, Inc. 

Lewis Sporting Goods Company 

Mangel's 

Marsh Company, Inc., Geo 

Neiman's Jewelers 

North Carolina Theatre 

Poole's Beauty Shop 

Robertson-Williamson Company 

Porter Candy Company 

Peter Pan Luncheonette 

Preston, Inc. 

Raleigh Gas Company 

Rosenthal's 

Royal Baking Company 

Royster's 

Siddell Studio 

Staudt's Bakery 

Sir Walter Hotel 

St Mary's School and Junior College 

Strop Taxi Company 

Taylor's 

Thiem, James E 

Walgreen's 

White's Ice Cream Company 

Williams & Company, Alfred 

Wright's Dairy 

Wyatt & Sons, Job P. 



The STAGE COACH is the only publication of Saint Mary's School and Junior 
College for which advertisements are accepted. A bulletin board list of our adver- 
tisers is kept at the school for the session. 



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Saint Mary's School and Junior College 

MRS. ERNEST CRITKSHANK. A.M.. President 

Raleigh, North Carolina 

High School graduates are offered two years of Grade A College work. 
The Curriculum also includes 10th, 11th, and 12th grades of High School 
work. 

All Academic Courses fully accredited by the Southern Association. 

EXCELLENT COURSES IN ART, BUSINESS. EXPRESSION. HOME 

ECONOMICS AND MUSIC DEPARTMENTS WITH TUITION 

INCLUDED IN GENERAL CHARGE 

Twenty-Acre Campus — Field Sports — Gymnasium — Tennis 
Indoor Tiled Swimming Pool — Horseback Riding — Golf 

ANNUAL SESSIONS — MID-SEPTEMBER TO JUNE 
PROVIDE THIRTYFIVE WEEKS OF CLASSROOM WORK 

Write A. W. Tucker, Business Manager, for Catalogue and View Book 



Always the Newest 



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QUALITY MERCHANDISE 



BOYLAN - PEARCE, INC. 

"Raleigh's Shopping Center" 



BOON - ISELEY'S DRUG STORE 

'■WHERE FRIENDS MEET" 



We Carry a Full Line of 

WHITMAN'S CANDY 




Satisfaction Guaranteed 



Max Factor and Dorothy Grey Beauty Preparations 



Fayetteville Street — Phone 69 — Open Day and Night 



TAYLOR'S 



"The Show Place of the Carolinas' 



YOU CAN FIND AT THIS GOOD STORE 

MOST ANYTHING DESIRED AT 

PRICES YOU WISH 

TO PAY 



HUDSON -BELK COMPANY 

Raleigh's Largest Department Store 

Appreciates your patronage during the school 

year just ending and looks forward 

to serving you again during 

the coming year 



Visit Raleigh's Finest and 
Largest. Drug Store 



PATENT MEDICINES 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

COSMETICS : SUNDRIES 



RALEIGH. 



OF RALEIGH. N. C. Inc. 
"CREATORS OF REASONABLE DRUG PRICES" 



Soda Fountain and Luncheonette 



EVERYTHING 

For Saint Mary's Girls 



We Appreciate 

Your patronage of the past 
season and sincerely trust our 
efforts to oiler you the best 
in entertainment lias been 
successful. 



STATE 
PALACE 
CAPITOL 

Operated by 
NORTH CAROLINA THEATRE 



Job P. Wyatt & Sons 
Company 

HARDWARE and SEED 

Bulbs, Plants 

and 

Garden Supplies 

325-327 S. Wilmington Street 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


MEET 

— At The — 

CALIFORNIA FRUIT 
STORE 

Lunches and Fountain Service 

that delight the most 

fastidious 


MANGEL'S 


Brantley's Drug Store 

The Place to Meet 
Your Friends 


DRESSES 
UNDERWEAR 

BLOUSES 
FAN-TAN HOSE 


Agents for 

'ELIZABETH ARDEN" 

OUR SODAS AND ICE CREAM 
ARE ALWAYS BEST 

Telephones 14 and 15 
RALEIGH, N. C. 


Stores Everywhere 

J 



SHOES! 



Nothing 

But 
Good Shoes- 

That 
Combine 
Comfort 

and 

Style 



ROSENTHAL'S 



Raleigh's Smartest Shop 



(iLLiSlife) 

126 Fayetteville Street 



Featuring — 

SMART, STYLISH 
APPAREL 

For the College Miss Who Aspires 

to the Distinction of Being 

Smartly Gowned at 

All Times. 



School Supplies 

EVERSHARP PENCILS 

WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN 

PENS 

KODAKS and SUPPLIES 

ALBUMS 

MEMORY BOOKS 

POEMS 

LOOSE LEAF BOOKS 

STATIONERY 

SHEET MUSIC 

"House of Quality" 

JAMES E. THIEM 



Phone 135 



Raleigh, N. C. 



DE SHAZO'S 
BeaLity Shop 



I271/0 Fayetteville Street 
Raleigh, North Carolina 



Telephones 3775-3776 



School of Beauty 



Lovely Things at Little Prices 


LANCE PACKING 
COMPANY, Inc. 


PHONE 2077 

108 Favetteville Street 

RALEIGH. N. C. 


Peanut Products 
Candies 


Compliments of 

ELLISBURG'S 

Millinery Department 

Exclusive Headquarters for 
Rafield Hats 


CHARLOTTE - GREENSBORO 
NORTH CAROLINA 


STROP TAXI COMPANY 

25c a Trip in City Limit 
ONE or FOUR 

PHONE 3800 

Oldest - Most Reliable 


BEAUTY 

may be only "skin deep" but it is 
Important! 

Make Your Appointment Now 

FRANK'S BEAUTY SHOP 

121Y2 Favetteville Street 


BOWMAN'S 

"Raleigh's Leading Jewelers' 
Odd Fellows Building 


FLOWERS! 

Cut Flowers. Corsages, Graduation 
Bouquets. Decorations 

Phone 4070 

J. J. FALLON CO.. Inc. 

"We Grow the Flotters We Sell" 



CRANFORD'S 
BEAUTY SALON 

Mrs. T. E. Dowdy 
Owner-Manager 

Phone 4793 Raleigh. \. C. 

0.1.1 Fellows Building 


JEWELERS-SlLVERSmiTHS 

RALEIGH. N.C. 

Phone 1361 
109 Fayetteville Street 


"ROYSTER'S" 

Since 1865 

207 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH, X. C. 

To eat stale candy is so silly, 
When fresh candy can be bought in the 
heart of the city. 


Alfred Williams & Co. 

RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

Social Engraving 

Diplomas Certificates 

Commencement Invitations 

Books of All Publishers 

— Established 1867 — 


CAROLINA CLEANERS 

Phone 4068 116 Harrison Ave. 

DRY CLEANING - PRESSING 
ALTERING - DYEING 

Odorless Work of the Highest Quality 
Prompt. Efficient Service 


Thanks for Your Patronage 

Poole s Beauty Shoppe 

"Raleigh's Permanent Wave Center" 

Established 10 Years 

7. W. Hargett Street Phone 3165 
New Raleigh BIdg. 


Thos. H. Briggs & Sons 

Incorporated 

HARDWARE 

220 Fayetteville Street 
RALEIGH. N. C. 

"The Convenient Place to Shop" 


SIDDELL STUDIO 

RALEIGH, N. C. 
Official Photographer for 

The Stage Coach 



CAPITAL ICE & COAL COMPANY, Inc. 

Phones 492 and 493 — Raleigh, North Carolina 



We Supply the Ice for Your Refrigerators 
and the Fuel for Your Heating Plant 



We Hope We Add to Your Comfort 



DO YOU ENJOY . . . 

Table Tennis 

and 
Badminton? 

See UNCLE WADE 

Lewis Sporting Goods 
Company 

112 West Hargett Slreet 

PHONE 1777 — 



WRIGHT'S DAIRY 
The Pines 



We Furnish Your Milk 
and Cream 



Garner Road — RFD No. 



R. & W. GROCERTERIAS 



508 Hillsboro Street 
620 Glenwood Avenue 



Robertson-Williamson Ci 



Porter Candy Co. 

Wholesale Confectioners 

Telephone 119 
313 S. Blount St. Raleigh, N. C. 


Raleigh's Newest and Finest 


HOTEL CAROLINA 


The Nearest to Saint Mary's 


BLUE STAR STORES 
Home Owned 


GEO. MARSH CO.. Inc. 
Wholesale Grocers 


310 South Harrington Street 
Raleigh. N. C. 


Brogden Produce 
Company 

Wholesale Fruits, Produce 
Dining Room Supplies 


Say — 

"BAMBY" 
Royal Baking Co. 

B. STREB. Prop. 


BROWN'S MARKET 

300 Glenwood Ave. 
Raleigh. North Carolina 

DINING ROOM SUPPLIES 


... Donation ... 

EASTERN CAROLINA'S 
FINEST CAFETERIA 



An Afternoon "Bite" 

• 

delightfully served in our 
cozy place is an occasion 
most enjoyable. 

Meet your friends here! 

• 

STAUDT'S 

RETAIL STORE 

"Across the street from the Campus" 


White's Ice Cream 


"There Is A Difference" 


WE SUPPLY THE LITTLE 
STORE 


CINDERELLA 
SLIPPER SHOP 

113 Fayetteville Street 

Always the First Jt "ith 
Newest Fashions 

The Higher Quality and 

the I ery Best Value 

We thank you for your kind 
patronage and trust you will 
continue visiting our shop in 
the years to come wherever 
you may be. 


CROMLEY - MELVIN 
DRUGS 

TWO STORES 


Cameron Park 

Plumes 4455 - 4456 


Bynum Printing 
Company 


Sir Walter Hotel Bldg. 

Phones 132 • 133 


Better Printing 


COMPLETE 
DRUG STORE SERVICE 


Phone 692 Raleigh, N. C. 



Hudson Fish and Oyster 
Company 


Donation 

Wholesale Meats 


Sea Foods for Your 
Dining Room 

PHONE 4840 RALEIGH 


"CHEAP 

ELECTRICITY 

IS 

CHEAPER STILL" 


THE HOTEL 

that is known as headquarters for 
Saint Mary's Visitors 

■h 

The Hotel Sir Walter 

Rates S2.50: Upward 
Roland A. Mimford. Manager 


WALGREEN'S 

CORNER OF 
FAYETTEVILLE ami HARGETT STS. 

A Centra! Place to Lunch 
and Meet Friends 

Phone 747 


PETER PAN 
LUNCHEONETTE 

l- 

The BEST PLACE on Hillsboro Street 
For GOOD THINGS 

to Eat 

•$> 

PHONE 46S4 ■ 1207 HILLSBORO 



NOTHING LIKE 

GAS 

— for — 

Cooking 

Hot Water 
Refrigeration 



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Shopping 



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Few students when they read THE STAGE COACH and look with 
interest through its pages realize the long hours of continued 
effort and capability required of the staff in the preparation 
of copy, calls on the merchants, and the many other endless 
duties required of an efficient staff member. So — give it a 
thought and render a tribute to those staff members of your 
publication who have served faithfully their school and their 
fellow students in these extra curricula activities. 



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